Chametzcakes

When searching for recipes for our passover seder – an extra challenge with vegetarians and people with nut and gluten allergies sharing the table – we stumbled across this abomination:

gefilte fish cupcakes with horseradish whipped cream

Gefilte fish cupcakes with horseradish whipped cream. Gefilte fish cupcakes.

That said, this site is actually pretty cool, and I do want to try out a bunch of her recipes (once passover is over.) On the list are:

Tomato Cupcakes with Basil Filling
Margarita Cupcakes
Parmesan Sour Cream Cupcakes with Whipped Raspberry Frosting
Olive Oil Cupcakes with Lemon & Thyme Frosting
Wine and Cheese Cupcakes

If you want to make them with me (or just taste test the results!) let me know.

5 Thoughts on “Chametzcakes

  1. Ugh, why??? I did not need to know that existed. Eugh.

    Olive oil cupcakes with lemon and thyme frosting sound good, though. Let’s try that sometime.

  2. I’m in. You know that already, but I’m restating it in case the internet wanted to know too.
    And I am SO making the gefiltefish cupcake. Someday.
    ~ c.

  3. if you’re going to make something with Gefilte fish, please using something like these pre-made loaves:
    http://www.cambridgefarmskosher.com/A-B-Gefilte-Fish/11484/
    These actually taste like fish and are worth the trouble.

    The jar version that is typical is something you use during the zombie apocalypse and its used to repel the undead, not be eaten by humans :)

  4. Woah. Gefilte fish comes in a non-jar version?

    This may end up like the time I discovered that homemade borscht and jarred borscht are pretty much taste and anti-taste.

    Cora & Lisa: Yessssssss.

  5. OMG Ewww!

    I somehow zoom-scrolled past this the first time and thought “oh cute a cupcake”. I was going back over Iron Blogger stuff and am horrified at my misperception. D-:

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